21 June 2012
A FRENCH GILTWOOD CANAPE
The rectangular back, arms and seat covered in 18th century French tapestry, possibly Beauvais or Aubusson, with leaf-carved frame on fluted legs
68 in. (173 cm.) wide
Anonymous sale; Christie's, Monaco, 20 June 1994, lot 284.
Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, New York, 5 November 1998, lot 456 (the canape).
Collection of H.F. DuPont; Christie's, New York, 14 October 1994, lot 46 (the pillows).
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